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Wisconsin Biomass Resources Regions

Wisconsin Biomass Resources Regions

This interactive map illustrates the variety of biomass? resources within Wisconsin. Along with descriptions of key biomass resources in each of five regions within the state, key people, organizations and agencies are also identified.



Wisconsin Bioenergy Projects Atlas

Wisconsin Bioenergy Projects Atlas

Built into Google Maps, the Wisconsin Bioenergy? Projects Atlas is an interactive map providing information on the location and details of biomass supply-related research and demonstration projects, but also commercial systems, utilities projects, and community forums as well.



The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s BioEnergy Atlas

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s BioEnergy Atlas

A project of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), and built into Google Maps, the BioEnergy Atlas includes two interactive maps: BioPower? and BioFuels. These maps allow you to compare and analyze biomass feedstocks, biopower and biofuels data from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).



Ethanol Producer Magazine’s Fuel Ethanol Plant Map

Ethanol Producer Magazine’s Fuel Ethanol Plant Map

This interactive map from Ethanol Producer Magazine, an industry trade journal, provides details of ethanol production facilities across the U.S. and Canada. Find out more about the feedstocks used at each refinery and use clickable links to company web sites.



Biofuels Digest's US Advanced Bioenergy Map

Biofuels Digest's US Advanced Bioenergy Map

An interactive Google map of advanced bioprocessing projects in the U.S. This map is organized by conversion platform and facility scale?. By Biofuels Digest, a widely read biofuels daily news aggregator/distributor and newsletter.

Anerobic Digestion and Biogas

UW Extension have created seven modules focused on the use of anaerobic digestion technologies. Details of the process are introduced, as well as factors that influence start-up, operation and control of anaerobic digesters at different scales.

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Department of Agronomy
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University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706

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Grassland buffers protect Wisconsin’s waterways from excess nutrient runoff from agriculture. Photo: Anonymous.